Building Dynamic SSRS Reports with Analysis Services Recording and Code

Thanks to all who attended my webinar last Thursday on Building Dynamic Cube Reports.  You can find my code

Recording:

http://pragmaticworks.com/LearningCenter/FreeTrainingWebinars/WebinarDetails.aspx?ResourceId=470

Code:

http://sdrv.ms/RqxbcF

There are several reports in here that step you through the changes I made throughout the webinar.

Also, look for my upcoming SSRS Master Classes that will take you Reporting Services skills to the next level!

Upcoming Webinar: Building Dynamic SSRS Reports with Analysis Services

Join me next week for a really fun presentation on building Dynamic SSRS reports using Analysis Services cubes as a data source.  This webinar will demonstrate how you can use one of the underutilized features of Analysis Services called Dynamic Management Views.

Session details:

Designing Dynamic SSRS Reports using an Analysis Services Data Source

Instructor: Devin Knight

Date/Time: 10/25/2012 11:00 AM

Creating Reporting Services reports that use Analysis Services as a data source can frustrating. You designed a cube so it can be more flexible for users but Reporting Services is static by nature. This session will walk you through building dynamic datasets that will allow users to change the fields represented in a SSRS report. No longer will Reporting Services be a static reporting tool because your users will have the flexibility to change report metadata dynamically using parameters and Dynamic Management Views (DMV).

24 Hours of PASS Recordings Available

If you missed any of the great 24 hour of PASS sessions from September you can now watch the recordings. 

http://www.sqlpass.org/UserLogin.aspx?returnurl=%2fLearningCenter%2fSessionRecordings%2f24HoursFall2012.aspx

Details on my session can be found below:

Session 01 – Choosing the Right Reporting Platform
Presenters: Brian Knight, Devin Knight
Download presentation slides (PDF)

Why do you attend sessions? – Survey Results

Several weeks ago I posted a quick survey on my blog that asked how you choose a session to attend when you have so many options at conferences.  Thought I’d share the results of the survey today. 

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I don’t think there’s anything surprising about it.  Most people overwhelmingly responded that the number one reason they choose to attend a session is simply because they needed to learn the topic.

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